A complete list of all the journals that can be searched using the eLibraryUSA Catalog search box. Articles in these journals can be accessed at American Spaces, or by using a password.
This database, intended for academics, contains over 40 million journal articles from 1980 to the present day on science, technology, medicine, the arts, theology, and literature.
This website provides information and resources for those who are interested in exploring American culture or learning English as a second language.
Black Studies in Video is a collection of award-winning documentaries, newsreels, interviews and archival footage surveying the evolution of black culture in the United States.
BookFlix is a fun and interactive website designed to help people who are learning to read or who are learning English. Visitors to the site can have the story read out loud, have words defined, and can learn about the authors of the books. The collection includes eBooks and video storybooks, with some available in Spanish.
Encyclopaedia Britannica's website offers information on a broad range of subjects. There are three reading levels available: Children, Young Adults, and Reference Center for adults
Business Source Premier is a popular database for business research. It is targeted to those with some knowledge or interest in business, and contains full text articles from over 2,300 journals dating back to 1886.
College Navigator is run by the U.S. Department of Education. Visitors, whether students or educators, can search the website to find information about U.S. colleges and universities, including tuition, types of degrees offered, graduation rates, accreditation, and more.
CQ Researcher Online is a website written for people with an interest in in depth political analysis. It offers reports on controversial political and social issues in the United States from 1923 to the present day.
This eBook collection features more than 80 frontlist titles related to such subjects as democracy, peace-building, American life and citizenship, current technological innovations and endeavors, and foreign policy.
Digital Literacy teaches users how to safely navigate the digital world. It covers such topics as privacy, social networking, and cyberbulling.
ebrary is a database for the general public with a collection of over 50,000 English, Spanish and Portuguese full-text books on history, literature, science and technology.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, EducationUSA offers accurate information and advice to try to help international students apply to U.S. colleges and universities. Its intended audience is teachers and educators.
Written for non-native English speakers who have an interest in the United States, eJournal USA is a monthly magazine published by the International Information Programs Bureau at the U.S. Department of State. The magazine contains articles on political, social, and cultural issues in the United States and around the world.
The English Language Learner Reference Center contains information on developing study skills and English language skills. Users of this resource can read over 1,000 articles designed for non-native speakers, take comprehension tests, and improve their language skills in a fun and interactive way.
Filmakers Library Online is a database with over 1,000 documentaries on topics like health, race, current events, human rights, and more. Because this is a resource with videos, it may run slowly in areas with low bandwidth.
FreedomFlix is a collection of ebooks for young readers about American history.
Fuente Academica is a database created for academics that offers over 500 full text publications from 18 countries, focusing on materials from Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. All major subject areas are covered.
The Gale Directory Library is a collection of Gale's business, government, and professional directories from around the world. Users receive access to many different encyclopedias of associations.
This database offers many different kinds of resources, including full text articles, experiments, images, and videos on hundreds of extensive science topics. The articles can be translated into eight different languages.
Gale Virtual Reference Library is a database that provides access to over 65 full text reference works on topics such as science, business and the arts.
This resource offers international articles from 190 countries on over 250 topics including politics, science, women's studies, and human rights.
GreenFILE offers academic and government abstracts and full text records that provide multi-disciplinary information on the environment and related matters for intended academics, corporate professionals and government workers.
GREENR (Global Reference on the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources) contains information and topic guides on environmental and energy issues.
This is an interactive database built for the general public that offers information on HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. It is available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French.
French version of the multimedia guide to HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention.
Portuguese version of the multimedia guide to HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention.
Spanish version of the multimedia guide to HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention.
IIP Digital is the home page of the Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP), which engages international audiences on issues of U.S. foreign policy and American society and culture.
Built for librarians and other information professionals, this database contains over 330 full text journals and books on librarianship and information science.
Literature Resource Center provides full text academic articles and book reviews on poems, literature, and literary topics for scholars.
Ideally suited for students and scholars of literature, LitFinder provides access to over 150,000 full-text literary works, including poems, short stories, and plays.
Designed for students aged 11 to 14 and their teachers, Middle Search Plus offers access to more than 140 children and student magazines.
Reputable, authoritative, and appropriate content that brings children aged 6-14 the world in a way they've never seen it before. Fun and substantive, National Geographic Kids will take them on amazing adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space.
National Geographic Virtual Library (NGVL) supports a range of scholarly research needs in the areas of science, history, technology, the environment, cultures, and more. NGVL brings the National Geographic Society to the library in a cross-searchable platform that fits the way today's students and patrons conduct their research.
Created for young students and their teachers, this interactive database offers learning resources on earth and space science. Information on energy, weather, natural disasters, and other aspects of nature is also included.
Created for young students and their teachers, this interactive database offers learning resources and information on life sciences.
Created for young students and their teachers, this interactive database offers learning resources and information on the physical sciences.
Combining the full archive of Smithsonian Magazine and Air & Space Magazine, this product presents unique and comprehensive insight into history, science, nature, the arts, innovation, technology, and world culture. Available for the first time in a fully searchable digital archive, these publications bring depth and expert coverage of high-demand topics.
This resource for teachers and librarians is a collection of journals and books on topics such as course development, continuing education, and grading.
Teen Health and Wellness offers teenagers information on diseases, drugs, nutrition, and other topics related to their health and general well being.